What bad decisions by Ron DeSantis and Gavin Newsom have in common | Bruce Ledewitz
We're citizens -- not subjects. The two governors ignored that fact in their unconstitutional haste to punish two corporations.
Here’s how to end the stalemate over the civil justice window for abuse survivors | Opinion
Lawmakers are still fighting needlessly. Gov. Josh Shapiro can -- and should -- put it on the November ballot.
How the judge who could ban the abortion pill won confirmation in the U.S. Senate
Trump appointee Matthew Joseph Kacsmaryk once worked at a conservative religious liberty legal organization.
Black student loan borrowers at risk as U.S. Supreme Court weighs forgiveness plan
Black borrowers hold a disproportionate share of student loan debt, and many likely were recipients of Pell Grants.
What both sides of the abortion fight can learn from Antonin Scalia | Bruce Ledewitz
Both sides are committing a political error by trying to nationalize the issue again, this time in Congress
Attorneys general from 23 GOP-led states back suit seeking to block abortion pill
The lawsuit argues the FDA exceeded its authority when it approved mifepristone to end pregnancies in 2000.
‘A new day’: Philly officials respond to ruling in Pa. public school funding case
'This massive step forward is still only a step,” Councilmember Isaiah Thomas, who chairs council's Education Committee, said.
What the First Amendment really says. Four basic principles of free speech in the U.S. | Opinion
Like all constitutional rights, the right to free speech has its limits. No matter what Elon Musk says.
The one good thing about the independent state legislature theory | Bruce Ledewitz
The doctrine, for all its faults, would protect the public from judicial partisanship.
The U.S. Supreme Court could fall on this slippery slope of discrimination | Opinion
The court has the potential to drag our country back 75 years, before it was made clear there is no place for discrimination in the U.S.
A U.S. Supreme Court case could reverse 200 years of progress on voting rights | Opinion
The 'independent state legislature' doctrine could take power away from voters. Here's how.
The 13th Amendment didn’t end slavery – but it did fuel mass incarceration | Michael Coard
Black people are still being enslaved in 21st century America. This is how